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Insys Therapeutics founder on trial for drug bribery scheme

Insys Therapeutics founder on trial for drug bribery scheme

Sunrise Lee, a former stripper who became an Insys sales director, is accused of bribing doctors to prescribe fentanyl spray. The addictive spray (Subsys) was approved to relieve pain for cancer patients. But doctors prescribed it to patients who did not have cancer. Today, an Insys employee said Sunrise Lee performed a lap dance for one of the doctors who was being pushed to prescribe the drug. The doctor, Paul Madison, allegedly had his hands ‘inappropriately all over her chest’ during the lap dance in a Chicago club. Lee’s defense lawyers suggested that Lee was being taken advantage of.

Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6646015/Insys-exec-gave-doctor-lap-dance-promoting-drug-witness-says.html
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